Surviving A Crazy World

Episode 1: New York City Attack

In our debut episode, expert survivalist and prepper Mark Puhaly and our host Matt Gould walk you thru what you would need to do to Survival Podcastsurvive a terror attack on New York City.  Would you get in a car and try to make your way over the bridges and tunnels?   Would you try and flee via the subway system?  Or are you better off bunkering down in a hotel room or your home?  Do you have what it takes to survive in New York?  Listen to episode 1 and learn key tricks and tips.  It may be the key between life and death.

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2 comments… add one
  • irishdutchuncle February 4, 2016, 9:35 am

    age restrictions are Constitutional. I’m not sure that your average 18 year old college student should be a concealed, or open carrier…
    (NRA take note)
    You need to be at least 25 to become a Member of Congress, for example. concealed carry is what I prefer for myself, I rarely have any desire to openly carry. I don’t however wish to be SWATed, should some wardrobe malfunction, reveal my pistol.

    feel good, “Gun Free School Zone” laws, left the teachers at Sandy Hook with nothing but their own bodies with which to protect the children. those calling for more of the same are simply Sick.
    (or Evil)

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    • irishdutchuncle February 15, 2016, 1:52 am

      …21 is not an unreasonable lower age limit for concealed carry.
      some younger people are certainly responsible enough, others will never be responsible enough. law abiding kids have always been at a disadvantage. (see what happens to your kid if he actually defends himself, or another kid against a bully)
      “Zero Tolerance” is a sick joke. “Feel-Good” legislation, like: the AWB, and Drug Free/Gun Free School Zones are there to victimize US.

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